|Established on April 14, 1859 in the village of Flushing, Queens County Savings Bank - the forebear of New York Community Bank - was the first savings bank chartered by the State of New York in the New York City borough of Queens. |
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New York Community Bank's Online Banking provides you with the information you need and convenient Internet access to your New York Community Bank accounts - 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week. Enjoy Online Banking and our Bill Payment service for FREE*.
- View real-time account balances including transaction history
- Transfer funds securely between eligible accounts**
- Pay your bills securely from one location**
- Schedule automatic recurring payments**
- View and print copies of paid checks
- Set-up email account alerts
- Submit Change of Address or Stop Payment requests
- Check loan balances and make payments to certain New York Community Bank loans
- Order checks online
- Access Customer Service 24/7
- Available in Spanish
- Best of all, Online Banking and the bill payment service is FREE*
**Limitations may apply.
Money Headquarters (Money HQ
Sign-up for Money HQ and receive the following additional features:
- Monitor your accounts at other financial institutions
- Manage your finances with Personal Finance Manager
- Transfer funds securely between these eligible accounts
- View and pay bills that are presented electronically to your online account; at no charge
Getting Started is Easy!
If you're a New York Community Bank customer, click on the Sign Up Today link to be on your way to Online Banking:
- Once you have submitted your Enrollment Form, we will email you your login credentials.
- After you have initially logged into the system, you will be required to change your password.
- You can also change your User ID by going to the Services tab within Online Banking.
It's that simple!
If you have any questions concerning the features of Online Banking, send us a message or contact Online Banking Customer Service at (516)
*No monthly service charges apply. A separate fee applies for optional services such as Money HQ. Please speak with a branch representative or ask for our fee schedule for more details.
Start planning for the future today!
Now is the perfect time to put your hard-earned money to work for you. To find out more, speak to a CFS Investments Representative at your local branch within the NYCB Family of Banks. With more choices, more financial resources, and more conveniences, NYCB continues to be the Bank that gives you more!
A full range of investment vehicles.
In addition to traditional FDIC insured bank deposits such as IRAs, there are a number of investments for you to consider. Through the NYCB Family of Banks, you have access to
life insurance* and fixed annuities, as well as an array of mutual funds spanning the
investment spectrum and variable annuities*. For more information, click on one of the investment links on the left side of this page.
*Securities offered through LPL Financial,
member FINRA / SIPC.
Insurance products offered through LPL Financial or its affiliates. New York Community Bank,
New York Commercial Bank and CFS Investments, Inc. are not registered broker/dealers and are
not affiliated with LPL Financial.
|Not FDIC Insured|
|No Bank Guarantee|
|Not a Deposit|
|May Go Down In Value|
|Not Insured by Any Federal Government Agency|
This site is designed for U.S. residents only. The services
offered within this section are available exclusively through our U.S.
Investment Representatives. LPL Financial's U.S. Investment Representatives may
only conduct business with residents of the states for which they are properly
registered. Please note that not all of the investments and services mentioned
are available in every state.
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History: The copper statue of the Lady Liberty was presented by France as a centennial gift to the U.S. and a sign of friendship.
The Statue was completed in France in July 1884, reduced to 350 individual pieces and packed in 214 crates. She arrived in New York Harbor on June 17, 1885 and was re-assembled on her new pedestal in four months time.
At the dedication ceremony on October 28, 1886, President Grover Cleveland declared: "We will not forget that Liberty has here made her home; nor shall her chosen altar be neglected."
Of the 242 branches that constitute our New York Community Bank franchise, only four branches operate directly under that name. Two of our branches operate in Westchester County, and two operate in the Bronx all in New York.
Three of our namesake branches feature in-store locations, and are open for business seven days a week. The fourth is a traditional branch with non-traditional banking hours, open six days and 45 hours per week.
All four of our namesake branches feature the convenience of 24-hour ATM banking and a name that stands for service, convenience, strength, and stability.
Special Offer to Members of New Comers Club of Long Island City: The Unisphere is the unofficial symbol of Queens. The world's largest globe, this giant steel beauty can be seen from the LIE, Grand Central and Van Wyck.
The US Steel Corporation built the Unisphere for the 1964-1965 World's Fair as a symbol of world peace. It stands 140 feet high, 120 feet in diameter and weighs 900,000 pounds. Three rings circle the globe, representing the orbits of the first American astronaut, the first Russian cosmonaut and the first communications satellite to orbit the Earth. It was dedicated to "Man's Achievements on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe."
Established on April 14, 1859 in the village of Flushing, Queens County Savings Bank - the forebear of New York Community Bank - was the first savings bank chartered by the State of New York in the New York City borough of Queens. Prior to its establishment, residents of Queens had no choice but to travel to Manhattan for their banking; the new bank was a welcome addition to the borough, and its opening greeted with both elation and relief.Executives
More than 150 years later, Queens County Savings Bank fills a need no less urgent, providing customers with unparalleled convenience, and a vast array of products and services to meet their financial needs. Queens County Savings Bank is today the second largest thrift depository in the borough, with 27 traditional branches, six in-store branches, a customer service center, and
32 24-hour ATM
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About Me: With assets of $42.0 billion at December 31, 2011, New York Community Bancorp, Inc. is the holding company for
New York Community Bank, a New York State-chartered savings bank serving customers throughout Metro New York, New Jersey,
Florida, Ohio, and Arizona; and
New York Commercial Bank, a New York State-chartered commercial bank serving consumers and businesses in the New York City boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, and the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester all in New York.
New York Community Bank ranks among the largest thrifts in the nation and
is one of the leading thrift depositories in most of the markets we serve. Our roots go back to 1859, when we were chartered by the State of New York in Queens, a borough of New York City. Since then, we have grown from a single branch in Flushing to 242 branch offices
in five states!
In New York, we operate 123 branches of the Community Bank through four local divisions, reflecting the growth of our franchise through a series of mergers with other local thrifts: Queens County Savings Bank, with 34 branches in Queens County; Richmond County Savings Bank, with 22 banking offices on Staten Island; Roosevelt Savings Bank, with eight branches in Brooklyn; and our largest division, Roslyn Savings Bank, with 55 locations in Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island. We also operate two branches each in the Bronx and Westchester County that operate directly under the name New York Community Bank".
In New Jersey, we serve our customers through our Garden State Community Bank division, with 51 branches in Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Union, and Ocean counties.
With the acquisition of the deposits and certain assets of AmTrust Bank in December
2009, we added two new divisions to our banking family: AmTrust Bank, which serves our customers in Florida and Arizona, and Ohio Savings Bank, which serves our customers
through 28 branches in the Buckeye State. Our 26 branches in Florida are largely located in the state's southern and coastal counties, while our 14 branches in Arizona are
primarily located in the central part of the state. Included in that network are
three branches in Yavapai County that were acquired in connection with our Desert Hills Bank
transaction in March 2010.
We operate our branches with an emphasis on convenience, with 261 locations that feature 24-hour ATM banking, and 223 of our Community Bank branches open at least six days a week. We also offer our customers 24-hour access to their accounts with online banking, and the ability to bank 24/7 by phone.
New York Commercial Bank traces its roots to the mid 1920s, when our Atlantic Bank division was established to meet the needs of consumers and small businesses in the city of New York . Today, New York Commercial Bank has 34 branches, including 17 that operate under the name Atlantic Bank.
For more information regarding New York Commercial Bank, visit us on the web at www.NewYorkCommercialBank.com.